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By Cathy Davidson on Jan 5th, 2011
This week saw another mostly celebratory account of iPads in schools in the New York Times, "Math That Moves:  Schools Embrace the iPad," by...
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By Elliott Hauser on Dec 2nd, 2012
tl;dr:  I'm building a technical class for the humanistic brain: an on-ramp to computing that isn't scared of coding but never looses sight of...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 10th, 2010
We're very excited about the HASTAC 2010:  Grand Challenges and Global Innovations coming up April 15-17.  It's a virtual conference, with...
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By Amanda Visconti on Sep 20th, 2009
I'm aware of several programs tailored directly to work in the digital humanities and sciences (as with those listed in Matthew Kirschenbaum's...
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By Cathy Davidson on Dec 4th, 2009
I often lecture or blog about  grading, arguing that the way we now assign grades is an antiquated system that may have worked well for the...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jun 15th, 2011
How can we make education as open as the open web?  How can we take the fundamental principles that Tim Berners-Lee used to design the World...
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By Jon Ippolito on Aug 28th, 2010
US professors who reach for technology in the classroom are choosing PeopleSoft and Powerpoint over blogs and wikis, as revealed by a study discussed...
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By John Jones on Feb 23rd, 2009
Andrew Trotter has a recent article in Education Week's Digital Directions titled "Mobile Devices Seen as Key to 21st-Century Learning" in which he...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 25th, 2009
  The New York Times today has an article, "In Tough Times, the Humanities Must Justify Their Worth." Here's the url. http://nytimes.com/2009/...
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